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Prior to launching, Paul was an Adventure Sports VP with Paul is also the author of the National Geographic Ultimate Adventure Sourcebook.

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Meet the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Rifle Competitors

The rifle shooters who will represent the United States at the 2012 London Olympics are currently profiled on the RifleShooter magazine website. Log on to to read about Team USA’s Olympians who will be competing in Air Rifle and Smallbore (.22LR Rimfire) events in London…

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How To Carry Spare Ammo on Your Rifle

One of our writers is shooting at a tactical match next month. Match rules require competitors to have 10 extra rounds “at the ready” (but not loaded in a magazine). Of course he could carry spare ammo in his backpack, but that wouldn’t provide the…

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How To Optimize Your RCBS ChargeMaster Powder Dispenser

If you own an RCBS ChargeMaster 1500 electronic powder scale/dispenser, or are thinking about purchasing one, here are a few tips that can cut your loading times and eliminate some petty annoyances. Mute That Annoying Beep Some ChargeMaster users complain about the loud beep at…

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Knights Armament's iPhone App

Review: Bullet Flight Ballistics Program for iPhones and iPods

Knights Armament has developed a sophisticated yet easy-to-use ballistics program that runs on the Apple I-Pod Touch and Apple I-Phone platforms. The KAC Bullet Flight 3.1 software contains all the features you would want, including: user-selectable BC models (G1, G7, G8 etc.); output in inches,…

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